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TILE AFFLICTED MAY DEPEND ON THESE EFFECTS.

TILE AFFLICTED MAY DEPEND ON THESE EFFECTS.

is fold in Border of 31. each. foaled and figned by the J. Ht LL, at.i , :vin's in Pater-nottcr-Row ; and Mr. Jacklon's. in St. jarei'rgTirg," and no where clfe in London, with printed Diredions: fold alto by all the molt creditabli- Bookfullers and Printers in th.. Couniri ; wh
15 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ADVERTISEME N T S Sold by Andrew Leslie, at the Printfng.houfe of Gray and Alfton in Jackfon's clofe, oppoiite to

ADVERTISEME N T S Sold by Andrew Leslie, at the Printfng.houfe of Gray and Alfton in Jackfon's clofe, oppoiite to

the City Guard, Edinburgh, The HISTORY OF THE TEN PERSECUTIONS, IN THE PRIMITIVE CHURCH. To which is added, An account of the martyrdom of J&hn Hufs and Jerome of Prague j together with divers letters, wrote by John Hufs, while he was under per- iecurion. Extrafted from the Mart
21 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract ofa letter from London, Sept. 12. * The meeting of the merchants, in order to confider of an addrefs to his Majefty, is adjourned to Tuefday the 15th, when a more general meeting is expected, in order to choofe a committee for that purpofe. " Itis faid, that anotber expe
16 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A DVERTISEMENTS WILLIAM NOBLE, In the fecond door of the firft turnpike belo w Scot's clofs, the fouth-fide of the

A DVERTISEMENTS WILLIAM NOBLE, In the fecond door of the firft turnpike belo w Scot's clofs, the fouth-fide of the

Cowgate, oppofite to the Meal-market, Edinburgh, pro- pofes inftantly to OPEN a SCHOOLr imorpOß the Reading of ENGLISH, J- which he propofes to teach in the eafieft, beft, and concifeft method, taking all imaginable care of the quantity, accent, and manner of ex- preflion, by wh
19 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, Sept. 19.

LONDON, Sept. 19.

Letters from Lipftadt acquaint us, that M. Sou- bife narrowly efcaped being taken Prifoner on the 2d Inftant, and efcaped by the Horfe of. his Purfuer falling. On Wednefday Orders were given for a Sloop to fail immediately to bring Mr. Stanley from the Court of France** and Thur
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Ships taken by the Emolish.

Ships taken by the Emolish.

The French Ships of the Captains, Arnoald and Lorm ft\ from Port Mahone; Palaoque, trom Cetto; Dumas, for Marfcilles 1 and B. Arnould, from Villa Franco, are taken by our Cruizers in the Mediterranean, and tent to Leghorn. —The Henrieufe Privateer, with the Bee, Wills, for New-
15 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Loutioii, September io

Loutioii, September io

The Queen lauded on Monday laft, at Three in tl.e Atternoon, at 11 rwich in Efft-x, and wat received by the Mayor and Aldermen iii their ufual Formalities. About Five ?? fhe came to Colcheihr, ar.d (lopped at the Houi'e of Mr. Er.ew, where the wa. received and waited upon by Mrs
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Briffol, Sr-cpremlicr 16

Briffol, Sr-cpremlicr 16

Arriv'd atthe Hot- Wells, Captain Ofhorne, Mr. Faulleteau, Mr. Wright, Mr. Williams, Mr. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. St. Quimin, Mr. and Mrs. Julus, Mr. and Mis. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs, Jan (mi, Mr. and Mrs. Mai wood, Mis. Dob lifte, Sec. &c. Came in fine t cur lafi. The Arundel, Loverin
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Endeared the QUEEN, mire new iirk, Oi: Th:rf.'a> October will pub-1 ''«•••• i. I--a'.- 'tr<Cv-, and Monthly, lif wir Eronnfpiece,

Endeared the QUEEN, mire new iirk, Oi: Th:rf.'a> October will pub-1 ''«•••• i. I--a'.- 'tr<Cv-, and Monthly, lif wir Eronnfpiece,

deli>ned c . Prank,r, and ?. molt l.cau'.iiul r ■. t <•! very ihikin-. 'ikencis) for EPT , 1761. of HE KT vG ZINf; Royal ofN.-WS, Polit.c •, El erature, for aid Country. A Work cm fly of r riorin various inrereiting an,l important comprifing whatever ma) belt contribute the amuf
21 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Printed by W. Jackson in the High Stmt, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Printed by W. Jackson in the High Stmt, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Summons’s, Orders of Removal, Certificates, &c, &c. and by whom Printing in General is performed in the neateft Manner, at the moil reafonable Prices. Aakcrrifements k cn i n the Printer of this Paper and the Men who carry it; R, Baldwin, at the Rofe in Pater nefter Row, London
19 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England